The Journal of Transport and Land Use 4(2)
Special Issue: The Coevolution of Transport and Land Use
Volume 4, Issue 2 of the Journal of Transport and Land Use focuses on coevolution: how transport drives changes in land use, and vice versa. The issue contains four research articles, examining different geographies, eras, and technologies. These papers present new findings, but as good science should, raise new questions, and help us set a research agenda to better understand the coevolution of transport and land use.
- The Coevolution of Transport and Land Use: An Introduction to the Special Issue and an Outline of a Research Agenda by David M Levinson
- The Impact of Access to Rail Transportation on Agricultural Improvement: The American Midwest as a Test Case, 1850-1860 by Jeremy Atack, Robert A Margo
- Developing Densely: Estimating the Effect of Subway Growth on New York City Land Uses by David King
- Montréal’s Roots: Exploring the Growth of Montréal’s Indoor City by Ahmed El-Geneidy, Lisa Kastelberger, Hatem T. Abdelhamid
- Does First Last? The Existence and Extent of First Mover Advantages on Spatial Network by David Levinson, Feng Xie